The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations (TUPE) protects employees' terms and conditions of employment when a business is transferred from one owner to another. Employees of the previous owner when the business changes hands automatically become employees of the new employer on the same terms and conditions. It's as if their employment contracts had originally been made with the new employer. Their continuity of service and any other rights are all preserved. Both old and new employers are required to inform and consult employees affected directly or indirectly by the transfer.
Lots of rumours - which one would you like? The one that Shell have said they will not fly in any aircraft smaller than current? The one that some bloke 'in the know' and has had it 'on good authority' said that it has gone to that other company with 3 initials.....
IT WILL GO TO THE CHEAPEST PROVIDER
which means the staff will be the lowest paid in the sector spares back-up will be minimum robbing Peter to pay Paul cutting corners - but never jeopardising safety margins ie lots of shuffling deck chairs around on the titanic
It remind's me of watching International its a knockout and Eddy Waring saying" Here comes the Belgans " as a group in fancy dress stumble on to the scene falling over each other and carrying a Joker..... always makes me snigger. Just my view of course .
High Speed gennie - my point exactly - always have to go through this rubbish prior to renewal time - it is a rumour network after all so maybe next time we can just put a link to previous posts on the matter?